Co-hosted by the Lake Helena Watershed Group and the Lewis and Clark Conservation District, attendees at this event will put together their own rain barrel (materials provided) and will have the opportunity to decorate it the way they’d like.
Additionally, they will learn about the value of rainwater collection in regard to nonpoint source pollution.
This event will be June 11, 2022 at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds in the Rustic Shelters and starts at 9 am. The cost will be $50/barrel and you may SAVE YOUR SEAT by paying in advance at the link below. Come and join us to learn more about nonpoint source pollution and how you can help do your part to reduce it!
Registration is on a first come, first served, basis, and the absolute last day to register is June 3.
To register, fill out this form. Don’t forget to pay below!